I have one question about the new cast of 90210, which includes Shenae Grimes, AnnaLynne McCord, and Jessica Stroup — where is the Andrea Zuckerman? Who is the school nerd? [CW Network premiere party, Malibu, CA, 8/24/08] Keep reading »
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Ed Westwick’s character’s costumes just keep getting sillier. And we love it. This guy is the playboy of St. Jude’s School for Boys and he’s dressed like the biggest dandy. Love it. [Filming Gossip Girl, Queens, NY, 8/21/08] Keep reading »
Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh celebrate their victory over the team from China, clinching the gold medal. [Beijing, 8/20/08] Keep reading »
Lesbianism is such a hot topic, some celebs even seem to be capitalizing on the media coming out party. While faux-mo’s make us want to barf, in general, the mainstreaming of what was once considered counterculture is exciting. Now heteros can finally play Indigo Girls’ records in public without being judged! But who are the trailblazing scissor sisters bridging their community? Since everyone’s personalities are a mixture of nurture and nature, here are the basic types of lesbians from which you can make-up the Venn diagram of lesbian society.
The Sophisticate Usually an artist or academic, this well read member of the intelligentsia is socially conscious without smelling like patchouli. An important public person, she’s a wise, loving role model. Example: Melissa Etheridge
Go on girl! Won’t be long before Mommy and Daddy stop you from mining for gold in public. [New York City, 8/18/08] Keep reading »
Those are some seriously metrosexual, Euro-trash glasses on Tom Cruise, by the way. [New York City, 8/15/08] Keep reading »
Hint: He’s recovering from a breakup and the disguise may be a way of hiding his heartbroken, tear-stained face. [New York City, 8/14/08] Keep reading »
We love that Rihanna is a girl who’s willing to get her hair wet. Also, when did Chris Brown turn into a MAN?! [Barbados, 8/12/08] Keep reading »
Without question, Say Anything, Sixteen Candles and Pretty in Pink were my earliest primers on love, dating and relationships. With the help of these flicks, I learned that hot chicks could be both wicked smart and nice (Say Anything), that all blonde, popular girls were bitches who eventually got their comeuppance when they were dumped/passed over by the hot guy for the interesting, quirky girl (Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink) and, of course, that slightly loner-ish dudes (Say Anything’s God-like Lloyd Dobler) made way better boyfriends than meathead football studs (with the exception of Sixteen Candles’ Jake Ryan, however).